Dan died Oct. 5, 2019. He was 59.

Dan came to Princeton from Olympia Fields, Ill. He was a member of Tiger Inn and served as president of the Princeton Flying Club. He majored in biology and received the Canon Memorial Prize. He met his future wife, Juli Robbins Greenwald ’83, during the first week of her freshman year.

After Princeton, Dan earned a medical degree from Yale Medical School. He completed fellowships at the University of Chicago Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital before moving to Tampa, Fla., where he served as chief of plastic surgery at Tampa General Hospital and started his own surgical private practice.

A gifted surgeon, aerobatic pilot, Vail skier, seafood lover, Frisbee fanatic, Arctic Circle adventurer, neon craftsman, reggae devotee, and founder of Dan Camp and Dan Air — Dan proselytized the beauty of the natural world and helped everyone he knew to fulfill their life’s passions.

He is survived by his wife Juli, daughter Alix Greenwald ’10, son Oliver, son-in-law Ross Silverman ’10, grandson Bear, and many friends from Princeton and beyond. Wishing Dan vibes to all.

Undergraduate Class of 1981